posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 05:01 AM
reply to post by IsidoreOfSeville
Won't this be a bias report? Considering they all believe in miracles and believe in Catholicism. Of course they will weigh more heavily on the
miracle aspect rather than any other scientific reason.
Actually, it will be the exact opposite of biased.
The Catholic church believes in science and in miracles. It makes great effort to debunk things like this. It has a 'devils advocate' office that
argues against these things being supernatural. (that's where the term 'devils advocate' comes from that people use in discussions).
That being said. I've been to Medjugorje. I saw things that were supernatural. The things I saw ran counter to the laws of physics and ran counter
to the natural order of nature. It wasn't just me and we weren't hallucinating. An entire groups of people saw the same things I did. My husband
among them. And we aren't country rubes ... we are well educated, college graduate, skeptical people.
It HAS to be a Catholic commission investigating it. Otherwise, it WOULD be a biased report ... anti-Catholic biased.
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